The Seasons of Our Lives
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As you may have noticed, we frequently pass life through good and bad seasons. A good season gives its place to a bad, and a bad season gives its place to a good one and so on. Beethoven for example, went through a bad period at age 32 because he had become totally deaf. Contemplating suicide, he wrote his will. Then a good season returned. Beethoven overcame his hearing problem and was recognized as one of the greatest composers. How do our lives’ seasons alternate, however? Is there any certain pattern – and thus we can foresee how long each season would last? Or do they alternate irregularly and at random? In this book you will find the answer. Based on the answer you will see how you can benefit from your lives’ alternations of seasons. The results are astonishing.